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New offshore brokerage launched by Internaxx

TD Waterhouse and Banque Generale du Luxembourg are launching a share dealing service for international affluent and offshore investors.

The new service, called Internaxx, offers brokerage in 10 international markets in all major currencies, and is aimed at affluent investors who want to become more actively involved in managing their finances.

Internaxx managing director Angus Rigby says: “Self-directed investors now have the freedom to invest at any time, from anywhere around the world. Internaxx offers secure quality investing in shares and unit trusts to Europe&#39s affluent investors.”

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